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Importance of Nutrition in Summer
by Tecomate Wildlife Systems

While the temperature climbs and climbs through the summer and many of our minds are fixated on spending time in the water keeping cool, we often forget about those animals which we hunt each winter.  Summer is one of the toughest times for deer, especially with hot summers and scarce rainfall.  Tough environmental conditions are further complicated by the peaking nutritional requirements by deer in the spring and summer months.  Metabolic rate for deer can double during the spring and summer months.  As is such, deer need to consume more…
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Management Goals & Possibilities
by David Morris

I’ve got a question for you. Can management really improve your hunting? You bet it can! And, one of the best things about management is…

Gallagher Fencing:  The Secret Service of Food Plots
by Mali Vujanic

I live in a region of the north east USA (eastern shore of Maryland) that has a high deer population and despite management efforts to…



Seeing is Believing
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Would you like to determine how many deer live on the property you hunt or own? Or how many big bucks are roaming around? Trying…



Treestand Placement: Part 1 Treestand Safety
by Mark Newell

It was a hot day in mid-August when a group of friends were out in the deer woods taking down treestands. They were moving stands…



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Thirsty World
by David Morris

John 4:14: “ …whoever drinks of the water that I will give him shall never thirst; but the water that I will give him will become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life.”

Funny the impact a completely random event can have…like the time I was on safari in a hot, dry, uninhabited region of Tanzania…...read on...

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Tip #19 - Turn Your Scope Down

Leave your scope on its lowest power setting until you need to turn it up for a longer shot.  It does you no good to have your scope cranked up to it’s highest power while you’re walking to or from your stand, especially when that buck of a lifetime runs right in front of you and you have to make a quick shot and aren’t able to find him in the scope because it’s still set on 10X!


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